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  1. Georgia Bulldogs running back Todd Gurley has successful knee sur...

    Georgia says tailback Todd Gurley has had successful surgery to reconstruct the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee.

    Story | Conversation | November 26, 2014
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  3. Aaron Murray targets Georgia's pro day

    David Ching

    ATHENS, Ga. - When Aaron Murray says he intends to participate in Georgia's pro day before the NFL draft, consider the source. In April, he'll be about five months removed from surgery to repair a torn left anterior cruciate ligament when he and h...

    Blog | December 13, 2013
  4. Injuries now 'The Question' for Richt

    David Ching

    ATHENS, Ga. -- For most of his time at Georgia, this was the time of year where Mark Richt started having to answer "the question." Fortunately for Richt, a two-game winning streak against rival Florida has made for a refreshing change in that depar...

    Blog | October 25, 2013
  5. Georgia Bulldogs lineman Kolton Houston eligible after 3-year bat...

    David Ching

    Kolton Houston's three-year struggle to regain NCAA eligibility is finally over. The Georgia offensive lineman passed his most recent NCAA drug screening, allowing him to join the Bulldogs' active roster for the first time in his college career.

    Story | Conversation | July 25, 2013
  6. G-Day notebook: Mason shakes off rust

    David Ching

    ATHENS, Ga. -- Hutson Mason is not a rookie, but he felt like one in some ways during Saturday's G-Day game. After redshirting last fall -- his third season in college -- to gain a year of separation between himself and fourth-year starting quarte...

    Blog | April 06, 2013
  7. Big class, same logistics for UGA in spring

    David Ching

    ATHENS, Ga. -- As far as Mark Richt is concerned, it's no more difficult for Georgia to bring in 13 early enrollees this year than it was when the Bulldogs previously had four or five newcomers join the team in a typical January. Richt is just gla...

    Blog | January 07, 2013
  8. Random thoughts from UGA-Kentucky

    David Ching

    LEXINGTON, Ky. -- Some notes, quotes and observations from Georgia's 29-24 win against Kentucky on Saturday night: • Needless to say, Georgia's defensive issues are clearly not solved. Kentucky had been a train wreck on offense in conference...

    Blog | October 21, 2012
  9. Notebook: Murray errant on deep balls

    David Ching

    ATHENS, Ga. -- If there was a shortcoming in Aaron Murray's season-opening performance, it's that he didn't take advantage of opportunities that could have made it spectacular. Georgia's junior quarterback finished the 45-23 victory against Buffal...

    Blog | September 03, 2012
  10. Carter wanted to get on the field in Athens

    Kipp Adams

    Last month, University of Georgia director of sports medicine Ron Courson took a look at linebacker Reginald Carter (Snellville, Ga./South Gwinnett) to see how well he had progressed since tearing his ACL five months ago. He then went to head Coach M...

    Blog | March 28, 2012
  11. David Jacobs needed Georgia Bulldogs as part of stroke recovery

    David Ching

    Once an NFL prospect, former Georgia DL David Jacobs suffered a devastating stroke during practice in 2001. Ten years later, he and an emotional Mark Richt recall the grueling journey back.

    Story | Conversation | November 22, 2011
  12. Richt worried about swine flu -- and prying eyes of reporters

    David Ubben

    Posted by's Tim Griffin Georgia coach Mark Richt is already in big-game mode with the Bulldogs' mega Sept. 5 opener at Oklahoma State still more than a week away. With at least 20 cases of swine flu reported on the Georgia campus this summ...

    Blog | August 26, 2009
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    Interesting story out of Atlanta Thursday on the new rules and what some down South are referring to as the "Reggie Brown Rule." This is something that was sparked by Georgia trainer Ron Courson, who traveled around the country in the offseason, talk...

    Blog | Conversation | July 28, 2005